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Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced late Friday the cancellation of some 100 domestic flights between March 6 and March 11 to give way to maintenance work on the Tagaytay aviation radar. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) issued a notice to airmen, advising them of the scheduled corrective maintenance of the Tagaytay monopulse secondary […]

The Chairman of Chanchangi Airlines, Amadu Chanchangi, is dead. He died along Kaduna-Abuja road while on the way to a hospital in Abuja on Wednesday morning, a family source has said. He said, “He died along the road while we were rushing him to a hospital in Abuja, after a protractive illness.”  “He will be […]

An airport official inspects the damage to the runway that forced the closure of the Surigao airport. —AFP An airport official inspects the damage to the runway that forced the closure of the Surigao airport. —AFP FILE PHOTO The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) on Thursday partially opened the Surigao Airport to commercial […]

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Boeing has decided to cut 777 production rates to five aircraft a month in August 2017, a move the company expects will result in the loss of a still undetermined number of jobs and a “modest” effect on financial results this year. The company sent a message to employees on Monday explaining the decision. Now […]

The FAA issued a final rule today outlining new processes that will allow pilots flying airplanes equipped with enhanced flight vision systems (EFVS) to fly certain IFR approaches all the way to landing “in lieu of natural vision” from the previously allowed elevation of 100 feet above touchdown zone. What this means is that EFVS-equipped […]

MANILA – Philippine Airlines (PAL) is set to launch flights from Clark International Airport on Friday, December 16, as part of efforts to help decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). PAL will launch its initial flight from Clark International Airport to the island of Boracay through Caticlan airport. The flag carrier will also launch […]